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ok i'll look for some 12V motor (which do you suggest me?where to buy them )
As for your other question . . . so all batteries can only be recharged a certain number of times until failure. Check the datasheets. A lithium battery is probably best for what you describe, as its great for being recharged mid-state. You will need a special charger for that . . .
You need to also determine your current draw, because chances are your lead acid's wont be able to handle it.
if i constastly continue to charge the lithium battery (23hours for days and sometimes also longer, so many consecutive days), the battery are gotten ruined faster than normal, isn't?
Is it possible to constantly connect a lithium battery to the AC/DC convert withou any problem to ruin the battery???
Oh well, it's possible to buy many different type of acid lead, for example i could even take one with 7000mAhr or more.
QuoteIs it possible to constantly connect a lithium battery to the AC/DC convert withou any problem to ruin the battery???What you will want is the charger to auto-detect when the battery is fully charged, then cut off power. Most chargers on the market already do this for you.
mAh represents how much power can be supplied total before your battery is drained, while mA is current supplied at any given instant. Your battery can have a million mAh, but if it can only supply 1mA at any time, your motors will never work.
Oh well, it's possible to buy many different type of acid lead, for example i could even take one with 7000mAhr or more.Bye Ste
I've found this lithium battery that i really like :http://www.powerstream.com/Pli.htmwhat do you think about it?? I'd have many differnt output voltage and diffrente charging voltage.
Which battery type do u prefer between NIMH and lithium (don't consider the price) ??
ops sorry.Tha's the correct linkl: http://www.powerstream.com/PST-MP3500.htmwhat do you think about it?bye
i'm sorry to bug you anyway here the datasheet : http://www.power-sonic.com/site/doc/prod/88.pdfand it's wrote that for 1 hour rate the battery support 4.5A to 9V. The main trouble seems the drop to 9V !!!!Anyway do you suggest me to use lithium battery even if i've to mantain almost always the battery connected to the charger ??Bye
But is it possible to charge this battery and at the same time use them??